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N-Train
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30 Stockton

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you get a crazy cross-section of humanity on the 30 stockton. (and by crazy i really mean cranky old chinese ladies.)
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They all want the aisle seat, why is that?
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A bit of Winogrand going on in that photo.
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Originally Posted by tangerine
30 Stockton



Where does this go?
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Originally Posted by Vaclav
Where does this go?


Through Chinatown to downtown. I once saw a homeless man in the back row piss all the way down the aisle. It is a vile bus.
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Originally Posted by iammatt
Through Chinatown to downtown. I once saw a homeless man in the back row piss all the way down the aisle. It is a vile bus.

Do you ever go on the cabel car?
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Vaclav: did you make the photo in your initial post? It is beautiful.
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Originally Posted by iammatt
Through Chinatown to downtown.... It is a vile bus.

All the way to the Caltrain depot, at least some of them do.

Once I was stuck on the 30 in the Stockton Tunnel for several minutes. The bus, needless to say for those who know it, was jam-packed, and yes, many groceries of all sorts were involved. I was seconds away from climbing out the window when it finally started to move.

The cable car does not really go anywhere I need to go so I don't ride it. It has also been priced for tourism, not transportation.
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
Vaclav: did you make the photo in your initial post? It is beautiful.
Thank you,but I only took it from the internet. Perhaps,I could be their editor.
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i think yes, the internet , needs an editor.
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Originally Posted by faustian bargain
i think yes, the internet , needs an editor.

Please, no, the phone companies are trying hard to get that job... payola a la internet...
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Originally Posted by tangerine
All the way to the Caltrain depot, at least some of them do.

Once I was stuck on the 30 in the Stockton Tunnel for several minutes. The bus, needless to say for those who know it, was jam-packed, and yes, many groceries of all sorts were involved. I was seconds away from climbing out the window when it finally started to move.

The cable car does not really go anywhere I need to go so I don't ride it. It has also been priced for tourism, not transportation.

I remember jumping on and off the buggers when they had no regulation or restrictions or safety features. Fairly cheap prices too. Maybe 50c or so; I think children rode for a dime.
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I remember when MUNI was a quarter. (Including the hideous cable cars) -
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